Monday, July 31, 2006


Q: What do one million page hits tell you?

A: Ask the bros at KMU. A million is too mind-boggling for me, man!

[But before anyone hits out at the Weekend Mail, pls read between the lines (and numbers). I say the piece is actually a tribute to bloggers. Take the opener - Only 66 out of 100 respondents interviewed questioned the credibility of blogs as a source of information. Now, what does it mean? It means that 34 of those 100 have no doubts whatsoever about the credibility of Malaysian bloggers. It also means that All 100 respondents read the blogs! Hey, thanks bros!].

Btw, have a good break, Aisehman.


  1. Lalalala.

    Not saying a word.


  2. Where do I get my first news regarding TDM being sprayed? I get in on Malaysian Today at around eleven fifteen. Ten minutes later it started to appear on other internet news forum and blogs.

    When I heard what TDM was saying live on wtv8, I felt a sense of dejavu. Why? Because most of TDM contents, I already read it in Malaysia Today, Internet news forum and blogs.

    Do I spent my hard earned money to buy newspaper or to give to my kids as pocket money. Ofcourse its for the kid rather than reading about Mawi, Datuk K and the girl etc....

    Do I believe what was writen on the net? I do and I don't. Do I believe what was written on the newspaper? I don't and I do. But in Malaysia katanya "rumours are more credible than the truth"

  3. Anonymous10:52 am

    I am reminded of the deputy internal security minister's statement on putting a leash on bloggers and also the Prime Minister's, also on bloggers and internet news websites, last week.

    Remember bloggers:
    "Fear is only as deep as the mind allows".

    - "Yet each man kills the thing he loves,
    By each let this be heard,
    Some do it with a bitter look,
    Some with a flattering word,
    The coward does it with a kiss, The brave man with a sword!"

    AND I say -- BLOGGERS ( though not all of them), in their BLOGS.

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  5. Rocky Bro!

    I am really surprise you are not posting on the new Johore Super Corridor for South Johor! It is infact a Singapore project to benefit to the fullest only Singaporeans, and in initiated by certain young man and an Indian-Muslim people surounding the PM!

  6. Anonymous1:15 pm

    rocky, malay mail has no credibility, it's a misguided teen magazine. hey, aisehman, why are always taking leave from blogging. if you are tired, dont blog, stop completely. dont merujuk. join maczul. and dont complain.

  7. Saying the glass is one-third full is one way of looking at a glass that's two-thirds empty.

    What was the other cliche about the noise-generating capabilities of tin cans, again?

  8. pasquale:
    a million jobs in 20 years can't be a bad thing. my only problem with the whole thing is with the pm's insistence that this is HIS vision. someone posted on screenshots that the statement sounds like a pre-emptive defense strategy to foil anyone who will accuse kj of masterminding the south corridor project for khairy and friends!

  9. Rocky!
    Sure 1 million jobs in 20 years but what kind of jobs. Working in a sweatshop is also a job, waitering or waitressing for Singaporeans with a less than a minimum wage is also a job, the point is South of Johore will be an official suburb of Singapore, just like Algeria was the suburb of France until after a bloody guerrila warfare and Algeria finally became independence. Yes, the south of johore is definitely not PM's brainchild, sad so very sad!

  10. Rocky

    This idea of subdividing the development to three major groups have been talked since TDM's days.

    It is not PM's idea at all.

    Go through the list and you shd realised that all have started from Danga Bay to whatever.

    He's just trying to get the confidence of Johore UMNO. Nice try but I do not thing he has the intellectual capacity to think of an idea like this. I know it was alrady though of since TDM days.


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